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Dear Editor:Many thanks to the friends and supporters of the Wolfgang Taylor Benefit for their generous cash contributions and silent auction donations that they recently contributed. My family and I are truly grateful for the tremendous support and concern that they have given us over the past two months. As you know, Wolfgang Taylor, the owner of the Stew Pot in Snowmass Village, suffered a serious head injury on Feb. 2 due to slipping on a flight of stairs. He is currently receiving intensive treatment at the Craig rehab center and his prognosis continues to improve. We truly believe that these ongoing therapies will have him back to work by next season and we continue to pray for his speedy recovery. The money they helped us raise will assist with out-of-pocket costs for his medical and ongoing physical, speech and occupational therapies. They are an important part of Wolfgang’s recovery and the donations they’ve made have helped us so much. Thanks to the entire community, to Challenge Aspen, to the Wolfgang Taylor Benefit Committee, and to Kathleen Joyce, who initiated the benefit and spearheaded the effort.Cindy Taylor and familySnowmass Village

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